This information was taken directly from the VIDA website in 2020: Check out Bon Jour’s fees by clicking on this link. Or viewing below…
KRIS KENNY CONNECTIONS:
Around $3,500 for 6 months, $8,400 for 12 months, and a “VIP” 1-year membership starts at $15,000. Clients typically get a minimum of 1 match per month.
Starts around $25,000 and can go higher than $150,000. Cost depends on the number of cities you’d like matchmakers to include in the search, as well as a few other factors. No matter which membership package you choose, you’ll get 13 months worth of search time, and a full year’s worth of pause time.
Having a matchmaker scout for highly compatible singles requires a premium membership, which starts around $5,000. Membership prices can top out north of $50,000, depending on the level of service you’d like.
Being listed in the pool of Denver singles is free, but it’s a passive membership – you’ll only be matched when you fit someone else’s criteria. If you want a matchmaker to look for your ideal partner, you’ll need to pay for a Premier membership.
Paid memberships start around $8,500 for 6 months, and $15,000 for 12 months of matchmaking services.
Clients pay for matchmaking services by the month, rather than committing to a long-term contract. Monthly packages run between $495 and $1,695.
Compiled from VIDA Select.
BON JOUR MATCHMAKING SERVICE: NOT LISTED ON VIDA
ONE-TIME investment fee with an open-ended contract for all clients ranging from $3,800 to $4,800. Per introduction fee of $35 on both sides of the introduction. 32 years of Denver matchmaking with more than 300 marriages!
NOT LISTED ON VIDA: THE SOCIAL: MODERN MATCHMAKING:
There’s a new service in town who runs the same way as all the other services. No profiles, no pictures, no experience and a very young owner charging $5,000 for a 6 month contract! On the website she refers to “we and us” but it’s only her. This is also another local service getting YOUR matches from other matchmakers without photos, profiles or personal interviews or your knowledge due to a lack of clientele.